Governor Greg Abbott announced today that Perry Gilmore will be joining the Texas Crime Stoppers Council.
Gilmore, an Amarillo resident, was named as one of three new members of the council. Gilmore is the CEO and a board member of Amarillo Recovery from Alcohol and Drugs and is a reserve deputy sheriff for Randall County. In addition to both of these roles, Gilmore is a member of the Amarillo South Rotary, the Texas Association for Investigative Hypnosis Board of Directors and the Panhandle Behavioral Health Alliance. Gilmore holds a Doctor of Philosophy in psychology from Northcentral University.
In addition to the appointment of Gilmore, Abbott also appointed Lauren Day, of Austin, and Carlo Hernandez, of Brownsville, to the council.
All three new members have terms which are set to expire on September 1, 2021.
For more information, visit gov.texas.gov.